This property is located northeast of Bradford, Arkansas along the western boundaries of US Highway 67 North. The White River is only about 3.50 miles northeast and 3.00 miles southeast of this land. There is extensive WRP development in this entire area for duck and deer habitat. It is priced to sell; only $65,000.
This farm was enrolled into WRP in October, 2005. There were a variety of trees planted on this site including Cherrybark Oak, Nuttall Oak, Willow Oak, Water Oak, Green Ash, Sugarberry and Cottonwood trees.
The predominant soil on this land is Forestdale Silty Clay Loam. This property is in the shape of a triangle. The southern boundaries are mostly wetlands and are usually covered in water all year.
The northern section has several small fields within the oak trees where food plots are planted for deer hunting. When the White River has a big flood, this entire property can be under water. When it is, it is usually covered in mallard ducks.
All but one acre are enrolled into Wrp. The owner did not enroll an acre on the northwest corner where there is a large oak tree.
Currently, this property is landlocked. The owner does not have a recorded easement to the land but has permission from adjoining land owners to access this acreage.
In this area, there are an abundance of deer and, when the White River floods, (as mentioned) it is normally covered in mallard ducks. The neighborhood has several sizable, privately owned duck and deer hunting clubs.
Directions to Land
From US Highway 67 North, take Exit 65, (the Bradford exit) and go west on state highway 87. Go 6/10 of a mile to a 4 way stop, (state highways 87 & 367 North). Turn right, (north) on state highway 367 North and go 1.6 miles. Turn right on a private large rock road and continue through private roads to the property.